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Foods

Our foods program focuses on lifelong skills and enjoyment in the kitchen. Students will have a variety of culinary and baking experiences where they will learn how to provide for themselves and their families while learning how to give back to the community. We put value on honouring treaty six land by growing, harvesting and creating food from our earth. Food studies at Lillian Osborne is also an excellent first step on the pathway to a career in the culinary industry, as students will learn skills used in restaurants, cafeterias, and catering companies around the world.

 

Course Pathways


Course Descriptors

Foods 10

From safety and sanitation to basic cooking techniques, students will learn skills that they can use to cook delicious, healthy, and affordable food for the rest of their lives. With a wide range of dishes and ingredients, there will be something for everyone to enjoy. Students may also take the skills and attitudes they learn here and apply them to their own future careers.

Foods 20

This course is a continuation of the applications learned in Introductory Foods. Students will participate in the following courses: Cake & Pastry, Bread Products, International Cuisine, Fish & Poultry, and Rush Hour Cuisine. Intermediate Foods kicks it up a notch with more cooking, more variety, and field trips.

Foods 30

is the continued application of skills learned in Foods 20. Students will participate in the following courses: Cake and Pastry, Bread Products, International Cuisine, Fish and Poultry and Rush Hour Cuisine. Advanced Foods kicks it up another notch with more cooking, more variety, and field trips.